Hyped retro sylph Lanie Lane from Sydney kicks off an interesting week for new releases.
Sydney’s rockabilly and trad country sensation Lanie Lane has her full-length debut album To The Horses. Ben Lee has his new record Deeper Into Dream.
Indie electro kid M83 releases his already critically-acclaimed album Hurry Up We’re Dreaming.
Shannon Noll’s fourth (proper) album is out today: A Million Suns.
Budding Sydney pop-rock stars Tonight Alive deliver their full-length debut What Are You So Scared Of? and we have the new album from alt-rock heroes Jane’s Addiction with The Great Escape Artist.
The Vasco Era have their self-titled album, and Oasis guitar man Noel Gallagher has his High Flying Birds album.
Popera man Mark Vincent delivers Songs From The Heart, and Paul McCartney offers his fifth classical album Ocean’s Kingdom.
Metallers Five Finger Death Punch release American Capitalist, hardcore comes from This Is Hell on Black Mass and New York punks I Am The Avalanche offer Avalanche United.
Anti-folk icon Kimya Dawson (of the Moldy Peaches) releases Thunder Thighs.
Local artists Tessa & The Typecasts have their ‘Lemons’ EP, Chapter Music alumni Dick Diver have New Start Again and a self-titled album by the Twerps.
Plus, there’s a slew of Chisel gear, including The Best Of Cold Chisel album as well as the Last Stand and Rockpalast DVDs.